Also known as
Golden Bells, Japanese Golden Bell Tree, Forsythia, Weeping Goldenbells
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10 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Weeping Forsythia Overview
This deciduous shrub has an arching habit. It's bright yellow flowers smother it's slender shoots in early spring before the leaves emerge.
Common problems with Weeping Forsythia
Birds can eat the buds and It can suffer from forsythia gall.
How to harvest Weeping Forsythia
Generally not harvested but flowering stems can be taken for floral displays
How to propagate Weeping Forsythia
Take semi hardwood cuttings in late summer or early autumn.
Special features of Weeping Forsythia
Other uses of Weeping Forsythia
A low maintenance shrub that can be used as a hedge or screen or to cover banks and slopes.